First unveiled at the International Builders Show in Orlando, Florida, Waldemar Alameda’s new home has custom features to better serve the wounded Iraqi war veteran. Injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), he suffered brain and spinal damage, and has post traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain and limited mobility. As reported by TampaBayOnline.com, the modular house was designed and built by a cadre of volunteers and businesses to honor Alameda for service to the country. It has ramps and wide doorways for him to more easily maneuver in his wheelchair, a lift to take him to the second floor, and a special hoist to get him in and out of bed and into the bathroom. His wife and two children moved him to Tampa from Kansas for treatment at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital. Sears funded the home, NextGen designed it and Champion Homes of Lake City built it. Sears officials say they have plans to build 1,000 homes this year for war veterans.